Newton is comprised of 13, mainly residential, “villages” that are full of New England charm. Located west of Boston, Newton is home to the New Philharmonia Orchestra of Massachusetts and the Newton Symphony Orchestra. It is also home to a number of colleges or universities including Boston College Law School, Mount Ida College, and Lasell College. In 2010, Newton ranked 3rd out of 100 for “best small cities to live” by CNNMoney .
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Cohasset Contact Robb Cohen about Cohasset. Cohasset is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, though it is not contiguous with the main body of the county. Cohasset was first seen by Europeans in 1614, when Captain John Smith explored the coast of New England. The area was first settled in ...
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Boston Contact Robb Cohen about Bay Village. One of the smallest of Boston's neighborhoods, Bay Village is comprised of 6 square blocks located between Back Bay, the Theatre District, and the South End. This tranquil residential neighborhood has brick row houses, tree-lined narrow streets, gas ...
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Waterfront Contact Robb Cohen about Waterfront. The Waterfront District is an upscale residential and commercial office district, bordered by Congress Street, Atlantic Avenue, and Commercial Street. In addition to providing spectacular views of Boston's inner harbor and the historic wharf building...
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